A Michigan college had a case of a young woman who made several accusations of rape claims, which was not the case, per local police.
Topic: rape hoax
From the Pope Center: Wendy McElroy will have none of this. She says that the chances of being raped are more like one in a hundred per year for college women (or 4 percent during…
This from the College Fix: The evangelical university joined an existing lawsuit coordinated by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) on behalf of a University of Virginia law student, who was banned for life from…
Eugene Volokh of UCLA noted how a UVA fraternity could present a good libel case against The Rolling Stone over their gang rape hoax story.
An editorial in the Wall Street Journal felt that Title IX is now being used as a political tool by the Obama administration, and it’s hard to argue against it.
Some say the statistics are too low, some are saying it isn’t. 1.9% of students surveyed said they were sexually assaulted, but faculty and students are saying that the definition used in the survey is erroneous and that number is therefore too low.
Wow! Catfishing is when someone creates a fake online persona to lure people and trick them into thinking that they exist, and it looks like ‘Jackie’ did so for a guy she liked.
Well, looks like the ‘Jackie’ saga at the University of Virginia continues to roll along.
From our friend Ashe Schow at the Washington Examiner: None of the campus administrators who branded the young men as rapists before the evidence was collected ever faced consequences, and it appears they have no…
It’s a good read by K.C. Johnson on the ten-year anniversary of the Duke men’s lacrosse rape scandal. Photo by elacrosse_com